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Charm of Korean Chima and Jogori
2021-03-17
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Charm of Korean Chima and Jogori

 
How beautiful the women put on chima (skirt) and jogori (jacket) in the photo are!
Korean women created and developed their own unique chima and jogori to their soft sentiments and emotions from the middle ages to the modern times.
Though the Japanese imperialists made desperate efforts to prevent the Korean women from wearing chima and jogori to deprive of their national spirit before liberation (August 15, 1945), they preserved it to the last and, even to date, Korean women, be at home or abroad, regard it as a part of their body and symbol of the national character.
The chima and jogori of the Korean women have a charm adding luster to their beauty.
It is common in Korean streets and villages. The beautiful figure of women in the chima and jogori not only attract the eyes, but also add beauty to the scene of the street.
Especially the beauty of a bride in the chima and jogori on a wedding day is fascinating and the actresses on the stage excite the audiences.

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